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To Seduce a Witch's Heart: A Novel of Love and Magic by [Mutas, Nadine]
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~Award-winning paranormal romance~ Winner of the Golden Quill 2016 for Paranormal Romance and the Published Maggie Award 2016 for Best Paranormal Romance

When seduction weaves a spell more powerful than magic...

Desperate to save her demon-abducted sister, witch Merle MacKenna breaks the law of her Elders. As a last resort to track down the kidnapper, she unleashes another demon, Rhun, from the magical prison of the Shadows. Determined to bind him again after he helps her, Merle vows to keep him tightly controlled. Easier said than done when her own personal demon is hellbent on charming his way into her pants - and her heart.

After twenty years in the Shadows, bound for a crime he didn't commit, Rhun is past caring about anyone but himself. The plan: Seduce the sexy witch, steal her powers, break the magical leash to her, and then be on his merry way. But when a heinous betrayal in the ranks of the witches forces Merle and Rhun to work even closer together, Rhun's plan backfires - and the witch he meant to play gets under his skin. With his unbidden feelings for Merle vying with his need for freedom, he struggles with a bitter realization: Being a selfish jerk is a lot harder when love is involved.

Warning: Includes lots of witty banter and snarky humor, as well as a charmingly disrespectful demon hero who's hot enough to melt panties with a look.

***This book was previously published as Blood, Pain, and Pleasure.***

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  • Print Length: 367 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WYKHE0S
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,232 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I started reading this at about 8 o'clock at night and couldn't put it down until i finished it despite the fact i had to be up early the next morning.

I loved the story and the characters so much!! i couldn't get enough of Merle and Rhun and their intense, funny, beautiful story!
The plot was really interesting, honestly wasn't expecting some of the things that did happen, and i wanted to punch Rhun in the head for the silly but utterly selfless, beautiful thing he did towards the end.
Still feel absolutely horrible for Merle's sister, but her courage at the end was amazing, and i have a sneaky feeling i know who shes going to end up with ;)

LOVED this book, it was an interesting, but funny and fantastic read!

I received this book at the Goodreads Lovers of Paranormal group for free in exchange for a fair and honest review
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Characters are awesome and easy to fall in love with. The only downside? I finished it too soon :(.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Definite Must-Read 22 August 2015
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-- SPOILER ALERT!!! --

I’ve been slowly moving away from paranormal-romance novels for a while. I’m not exactly sure why. Perhaps it’s just a phase. I’ve had this novel in my TBR list for a while, and after reading it last night I wish I hadn’t waited so long. I thoroughly enjoyed “Blood, Pain, and Pleasure.” It’s a well-written novel with an array of magical and interesting characters who bring life to the story.

You have a strong, courageous, loyal, and loving heroine with Merle, a witch who at times will let her vulnerable side show; and Rhun, the sexy, funny, arrogant, and self-centered demon who loves to tease and push Merle’s buttons non-stop, and doing everything possible to get her in bed. Seriously ladies, you can’t help but love him. Merle, going against all laws pertaining to witches, has summoned and bound a demon to herself so that he can help locate her missing sister. After being bound to the Shadows for twenty years, Rhun has no intention of sticking around only to be sent back when Merle is done with him. In the meantime, he’ll help Merle find her sister, but only after he has his way with her. He’ll drink her blood, and pleasure her, and hopefully have his way with her sexually. However, the more time he spends with her, the more intrigued he is to the point he begins to care for the sexy witch, all of which goes against his selfish demon ways. Merle tries to combat her desire for him; however, the more she learns and understands him, the more she begins to care and crave.

As much as I loved reading this novel, I thought the story dragged on some. Like another reader mentioned, most of the novel revolved around Rhun and Merle, their feelings for one another, all the sexual innuendos, and all of the sex they kept having. Without a doubt the chemistry and passion between the two was sizzling, and when they hit the sheets he most certainly rocked her world. It just felt like the story of finding her sister was an afterthought. This is probably why it didn’t take long for me to figure out which Elder witch took her. Since we were only introduced to a couple of Elders and no one else, it could only have been one or both of them.

For a paranormal-romance, this one surpassed all expectations. This is one that I highly recommend you read. By the time I finished, I wished for my very own Rhun. “Blood, Pain, and Pleasure” is the first installment in the “Tales of Blood and Magic” series, and sadly Rhun and Merle’s story comes to an end which kind of sucks. Funny how with some novels you want the H/h’s story to continue while with others you just want it to end. No matter. I can’t wait to read the next installment. I wonder if Bahram will have his own story. I loved his character. So sexy, so devious. Hint, hint.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hot Romance, Hilarious Humor, Fascinating World 5 September 2016
By Moon Stars - Published on Amazon.com
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Paranormal at its best!

Seriously. If you like interesting characters, humor, intricate world-building, and hot HOT romance, then READ THIS!

Nadine has hooked me for sure. I'm so buying all the others in the series. OH, and for comparison, I'd say her writing style reminds me a little of Kresley Cole and Gena Showalter!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hot read with a strong heroine and irreverent demon 2 June 2017
By Shari Lyne DuShane - Published on Amazon.com
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Nadine Mutas, a new-to-me writer, has won a place on this reader's bookshelf and slammed right into her heart with her first book, "To Seduce a Witch's Heart". This book is the first of a series already on the ground, with apparently the first three books available and number four on its way. Mutas' first book was decently edited, with extremely few grammar, spelling or punctuation errors... honestly, only two spelling errors come to mind towards the last third of the book. An 'e' inadvertantly dropped off the word 'white' was the first error that this reader noticed. Mutas' style is inviting; not quite the feel of gossiping over coffee with a friend, but still warm and easy to fall into the world she created and giggle at protagonist Merle's faux pas while gasping at drool-worthy demon Rhun's tantalizing comebacks geared to seduce Merle. Merle is a witch from a long line of witches, the current head of their familial line; Rhun is a demon that requires blood, pain and pleasure to feed off of. And Mutas does an excellent job showing their chemistry with humor, as their feelings for one another grow. And hot sex. Lots and lots of hot sex. A demon needs to eat, right?

There are not enough words in this reader's mind to describe how truly delicious she found this book - likely due to her brain still being melted to mush over the sensual, hot love scenes. Goodness, is it hot in here? The characters were developed well enough to easily visualize and empathize with and for; secondary characters had just enough details to not only picture them, but allow a reader to care for them a bit, too. Which is most definitely a good thing, as apparently the second book concerns a secondary character in the tale told about Merle and Rhun, her best friend Lily. Through backstory and current happenings, readers can see and feel the changes occurring within Merle and Rhun's personalities; we can see their growth as they first fight, and then fight for, their love for one another. Rhun is not a typical alpha male a reader might find in most other paranormal or regular romances. Oh no. Until he comes to realize just how much Merle means to him, in many respects he goes about his ways as a selfish, self-centered, dominant demon that is out for whatever pleases him... he loves to annoy Merle and push her into a fine temper, whereas most alpha males tend to go out of their way to soothe and even coddle the femme of their desire. Whether she wants to be coddled or not. But this irascible demon begins to understand, it truly bothers him when Merle is upset or stressed - unless he is the direct cause of that stress, that is, and can give her quips about how he can reduce her stress. He relishes making her blush, almost showing a child-like giddiness over that power to redden Merle's cheeks, which, of course, he keeps hidden from Merle. But Merle is not a typical heroine either, and is quite perceptive so usually gives back as good as she gets. Usually. But that sneaky demon can get under her skin.

Dialogue was natural and authentic to each character. Settings were fairly easily visualized, enough to allow a reader the feeling of being right beside the characters as they pushed or stumbled into the next roadblock in their path. The world Mutas created was definitely interesting and believable, a place this reader not only enjoyed exploring, but hated to leave. This was one hot read with lots of sex scenes - Rhun feeds off pleasure, remember? There are expected - and unexpected -twists and turns in this action-packed, sensual romance. Again I ask, is it hot in here? This reader highly recommends Nadine Mutas and this oh-so-hot tale of a demon seducing and winning a witch's heart.
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best I have read in a long time 3 July 2017
By ArecRain - Published on Amazon.com
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Hands down one of the best paranormal romances I have read in a long time. Witch/demon romances are one of my favorite subgenres. But don’t think my genre bias influenced my rating. This is a great novel! From the characters to the plot to the steamy scenes, this novel had everything you didn’t know you needed.

From page one, the author weaves an intricate story of intrigue, fantasy, and sensuality. I loved the author’s mythology. Witches with spells, wards, and everything I wanted from sassy witches with fire magic. I felt like it was a throwback to the “classic” witches. This was actually refreshing considering the current saturation of original mythologies in paranormal romance. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy authors’ creations and innovation. But sometimes, it’s nice to revisit the classics.

Throw in a demon that need pleasure (and pain and blood) as sustenance, and you have all the ingredients for a delicious raunchy rescue mission. Even from their first meeting, the chemistry between the leads was palpable. A feisty fire witch and a sarcastic playful demon whose been locked away for a couple decades? Yes please!

It’s been a long time since I have loved a paranormal romance as much as this novel. I wish I could find the words to explain how great this book actually is. But I guess for now, maybe 5 stars will convey that message.
2.0 out of 5 stars Abusive Heroine 10 July 2017
By J. Westfall - Published on Amazon.com
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Actually kind of disappointed in this book after the good reviews. The storyline was decent enough, although like another reviewer mentioned, they spent an awful lot of time in the sack for a witch who was so desperate she went against the elders to summon a demon she planned to force to help her find her sister. I personally prefer books where the story comes first and the sex is secondary. Dinner and dessert, if you will.

What really bugs me is that everyone keeps classifying the heroine as strong. Meh, kind of. But she was also abusive. She was upset at Rhun, so she used her magic to make him walk into a door, twice. Broke his nose. He was being a jerk, but that doesn't excuse her behavior, either. Let's reverse roles here: Merle was being creepily possessive in front of Rhun's friends. He got upset. He made her walk into a door and she broke her nose. Readers would be OUTRAGED. But because it's a female doing it to a guy it's okay? Or is it just because she's a witch and he's a demon who heals uber fast? She also punches him at one point. Again, if it was him punching her, this book wouldn't have the glowing reviews it does. The punch one MIGHT be able to argue was in self-defense, but the nose-breaking absolutely wasn't. I was really bothered by Merle's behavior, and I wish even one of the reviews had mentioned it. So I'M mentioning it. If you're like me and don't think this is acceptable behavior from a HEROINE instead of a villain, pass on this book. If that kind of thing doesn't phase you, read on.

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